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Deucalion Cincinnatus Quinctus, Commander of the Garrison under Pontius Pilate, knows that disloyalty to Rome means death. He also knows that the official report about the Christos doesn’t fit the facts—after all, he had been the commanding officer at His death, burial, and “disappearance.” He now faces an uncertain road, one fraught with dread and treachery. His military prowess, always so formidable, suddenly seems inadequate. And what will come of the sudden love he feels for the beautiful outcast, Esther?
This compelling historical novel brilliantly pictures the clash of opposing forces in first-century Palestine—webs of religious and political intrigue that have world powers wavering on a cliff's edge.